|Hugh Johnson's Pocket Wine Book|
|by Hugh Johnson|
Hugh Johnson's Pocket Wine Book, more thoroughly revised and updated than ever before for this 25th anniversary 2002 edition, is the essential ref...
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Cake: Mix well ... 25-30 minutes. Topping: Mix pudding and can of pineapple with juice until thickened. Fold in Cool Whip. Top cooled cake and refrigerate.
Drain pineapple and place on ... refrigerator. Store in covered box, tin or glass container with waxed paper between layers. Keep in a cool place or refrigerator.
Place pineapple in small baking ... degrees for 10-20 minutes until cheese is melted and heated throughout. This recipe yields 4 servings. Happy Eating!
Make cake as ... bring to boil pineapple and sugar. Pour ... sprinkle coconut and pecans on top and garnish with cherries. Let set until firm and serve.
Mix: Put filling ... large can crushed pineapple (drain well) or; ... cherries. Sprinkle fruit on top of cake. 1 large container Cool Whip. Keep refrigerated.
Dissolve Jello as directed. Stir pie filling and pineapple into Jello. Pour into 13" oblong glass dish. Refrigerate until set.
Mix 1 stick ... place bananas and pineapple in pan in succeeding layers. Top with Cool Whip and pecans. Refrigerate several hours or overnight before serving.
Cream the butter and sugar. Add eggs and mix well. Add pineapple and bread; mix well. Bake at 375 degrees for 40-45 minutes.
Crumble graham crackers ... cream and Cool Whip and spread over the layer of pudding. Spread drained pineapple next and top with a few graham cracker crumbs.
Bake cake according ... out of canned pineapple. Poke holes ... and Cool Whip together; spread cherries across top of cake. Put cherries on top (optional).
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